The Good, the…Hunh, & the Naked.

Via on Oct 4, 2012

At a glance: the October 2012 Yoga Journal issue.

Good: make dinner parties less intimidating, more fun for everyone. I need this. We love this article.

The…hunh. Most YJ covers (and we’ve raved about a half dozen on this site) are elegant, simple. This one, despite the lovely model yogini, is…like something outta the 90s.

The Budig. As an inside source says, “full crack.” No modesty-inducing photoshop involved.

The above photos may seem big, but they’re smaller than life size.

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One Response to “The Good, the…Hunh, & the Naked.”

  1. Penny says:

    Dinner looks fine. I think I might try something like that. The cover looks a bit busy and I wouldn't look too hard at it until after breakfast. The Budig butt is fine also…I'll just offer a bit of support for a human backside before the masses declare it indecent!

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